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Paul Murrell’s Technical Report reminded me that svg in the browser does not require d3. With his package gridSVG, we can do all sorts of wonderful things without leaving R. I think I prefer the power of d3.js, but here is an example (does not work in IE) of R creating svg from a lattice plot with gridSVG and then sending to the browser through Shiny.